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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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suffering

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1 1, 96 | Top. vi, 3): "Excessive ~suffering wastes the very substance."~ 2 1, 96 | could be preserved ~from suffering injury from a hard body; 3 2, 22 | Divine things, but also by suffering [patiens] them." ~But the 4 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By "suffering" Divine things is meant 5 2, 31 | some ailment; thus to a man suffering from fever, ~sweet things 6 2, 35 | is used to express bodily suffering." But ~sorrow is used more 7 2, 43 | executed, are actually ~suffering from a present evil; wherefore 8 2, 45 | Ethic. iii, 5. But the ~suffering of wrongs pertains to defect. 9 2, 47 | suffer, or think that we are suffering, an injury." But one may 10 2, 47 | wronged some one and ~are suffering justly on that account; 11 2, 70 | which belongs to "long ~suffering," since "to lack good is 12 2, 70 | neighbor. Thirdly, as to his suffering with equanimity the evils 13 2, 78 | for its own sake, without suffering loss of the ~other good; 14 2, 81 | have been born liable to suffering and death, since it is " 15 2, 81 | when death and liability to suffering are the necessary results 16 2, 81 | matter. Now liability to suffering and the necessity ~of dying 17 2, 81 | dying and to other forms of suffering that are a necessary ~result 18 2, 85 | for ~a time, subject to suffering, in order that we may merit 19 2, 96 | a man endure sorrows, suffering wrongfully."~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 102 | unclean; and, again, women suffering from a flow of blood, ~whether 21 2, 102 | The uncleanness of a woman suffering from a ~flow of blood denotes 22 2, 102 | we should cling to Christ suffering. The ~ashes of this burning 23 2, 28 | themselves in no danger of suffering any hurt, ~are not so inclined 24 2, 28 | account of the possibility of suffering in ~the same way.~Aquin.: 25 2, 28 | pay no attention to the suffering of others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 26 2, 28 | that they ~account them as suffering deservedly whatever they 27 2, 38 | entire common weal from suffering at the hands of the ~foe. 28 2, 57 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Suffering is the effect of external 29 2, 57 | the ~point of doing and suffering injustice, the material 30 2, 92 | uncleanness of a woman suffering from an issue of blood, 31 2, 122 | of your being crowned in ~suffering for Christ. You were not 32 2, 122 | wherein you could endure suffering ~of Christ Who was to suffer."~ 33 2, 122 | can be ~martyrdom without suffering death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 34 2, 122 | called a martyr merely for suffering imprisonment, or exile, 35 2, 122 | Christ's sake, or ~after suffering for the faith of Christ 36 2, 122 | the very ~time that he is suffering these hardships.~Aquin.: 37 2, 122 | being ~witnesses, because by suffering in body unto death they 38 2, 126 | is that by ~the prolonged suffering of hardships man be not 39 2, 134 | which we had ~aspired by suffering. Hence Augustine says (De 40 2, 134 | praiseworthy manner ~by suffering [patiendo] things which 41 2, 165 | these, not for the sake of suffering ~annoyance, but out of the 42 2, 182 | poor of their flock, or by suffering ~"with joy the being stripped 43 3, 1 | assistance to a friend who is suffering need, according to Prov. 44 3, 11 | than the angels, for the suffering of death, crowned ~with 45 3, 11 | angels only in regard to the suffering of death. And ~hence, not 46 3, 14 | necessity of dying, and suffering other like passions. ~Therefore 47 3, 14 | Therefore the necessity of suffering these defects was in Christ' 48 3, 15 | in His Divine Nature, as suffering and death. But ~ignorance 49 3, 15 | for its ~capability of suffering would have been to no purpose 50 3, 15 | lay under no necessity of suffering pain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] 51 3, 18 | Christ should undergo pain, suffering, and ~death, not that these 52 3, 22 | freely offered Himself to ~suffering. In this respect He is a 53 3, 35 | born without His Mother suffering?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 54 3, 35 | born without His Mother ~suffering. For just as man's death 55 3, 35 | by reason of the mother's suffering pain. ~Therefore it seems 56 3, 39 | opened when Christ was suffering rather than when He was 57 3, 40 | eating and drinking, but in suffering indigence with equanimity," 58 3, 41 | powerful deeds, but rather by suffering from him and his members, 59 3, 46 | Whether Christ endured all suffering?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 60 3, 46 | by enduring every human suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 61 3, 46 | have endured every kind of suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 62 3, 46 | not endure every human suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 63 3, 46 | He did endure every human suffering. This admits of ~a threefold 64 3, 46 | and the duration of the suffering. But some of the martyrs ~ 65 3, 46 | seems that the pain of the ~suffering Christ was not the greatest.~ 66 3, 46 | good than Christ did when suffering; ~since the life of grace 67 3, 46 | and sensible pain in the ~suffering Christ, which is caused 68 3, 46 | both from the extent of the suffering already mentioned (A[5]~) 69 3, 46 | and from the kind of suffering, since the death of the 70 3, 46 | is the duration of the ~suffering because they do not die 71 3, 46 | He made satisfaction by suffering; hence He ~ascribes them, 72 3, 46 | 2/5~The magnitude of His suffering may be considered, secondly, 73 3, 46 | the magnitude of Christ's suffering can be estimated from the ~ 74 3, 46 | mitigated, and even the exterior suffering, from some ~consideration 75 3, 46 | but it was not so with the suffering Christ, ~because "He permitted 76 3, 46 | of the pain of Christ's suffering can be ~reckoned by this, 77 3, 46 | but the torment of the suffering Christ is much more intensified ~ 78 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 3: The pain of a suffering, separated soul belongs 79 3, 46 | passible. And, though actually suffering, it would have felt less 80 3, 46 | numerically the pain ~of the suffering, since, when a guilty man 81 3, 46 | weigh what great virtue His suffering would have from union ~with 82 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, suffering causes pain: but there is 83 3, 46 | in its ~essence, to which suffering extended when the body, 84 3, 46 | Christ's whole soul to be suffering ~and rejoicing at the one 85 3, 46 | perfectly while ~Christ was suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 86 3, 46 | but as a man capable of suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 87 3, 47 | tormented with the same suffering. Hence John says ~(19:32) 88 3, 47 | be understood that by His suffering He ~fulfilled all the precepts 89 3, 47 | which" He "took not away," suffering Himself to be fastened to 90 3, 48 | merit our salvation by suffering more than He had already.~ 91 3, 48 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Suffering, as such, is caused by an 92 3, 48 | atonement by His personal suffering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 93 3, 48 | appears that Christ by His suffering has fully ~atoned for our 94 3, 48 | detested the ~offense. But by suffering out of love and obedience, 95 3, 48 | so much so that Christ's suffering was ~sufficient and superabundant 96 3, 48 | was the sacrifice of one suffering out of ~charity. Hence it 97 3, 48 | received the inspiration of suffering for ~us. Consequently it 98 3, 49 | be ~likened unto Christ suffering by some form of punishment 99 3, 49 | some form of punishment or suffering ~which they endure in their 100 3, 49 | fashion Christ's voluntary suffering ~was such a good act that, 101 3, 49 | Now the charity of the suffering Christ surpassed the wickedness 102 3, 49 | which was the ~subject of suffering, and was thereby the instrument 103 3, 50 | from natural ~or enforced suffering is tending towards death: 104 3, 51 | from sickness, but from ~suffering inflicted on Him, to which 105 3, 52 | part of hell, just as while suffering ~in one part of the earth 106 3, 52 | Sorrow is twofold: one is the suffering of pain which men ~endure 107 3, 52 | consequence He dispelled the suffering which they ~endured through 108 3, 52 | with the charity of the suffering Christ: hence they could 109 3, 52 | favor to them who were ~suffering from its pains." But, as 110 3, 52 | others in a ~state of penal suffering except those in Purgatory. 111 3, 56 | all we be conformed to the suffering and dying Christ in this 112 3, 56 | and dying Christ in this suffering ~and mortal life; and afterwards 113 3, 66 | death, in so far as the suffering Christ ~Himself is offered 114 3, 66 | conformed to Christ by suffering for Him. Hence it is written ( 115 3, 66 | with Me in ~Paradise' that suffering can take the place of Baptism. 116 3, 66 | perceive that not only can suffering ~for the name of Christ 117 3, 69 | little time in shame and ~suffering; so did Christ first of 118 3, 80 | or in her periods, or ~suffering from issue of blood, as 119 3, 81 | require ~contact of the suffering body with the active agents. 120 3, 81 | 1: As was stated above, suffering belongs to a body that ~ 121 3, 82 | danger, as in the case of one suffering from epilepsy, or indeed 122 3, 83 | the manner of Christ's ~suffering, as is evident from what 123 3, 84 | the name ~of Jesus Christ suffering and rising again that this 124 3, 84 | same time grieve for his suffering. In this way a man ~may 125 Suppl, 3 | that a man shrinks from ~suffering an evil at the present, 126 Suppl, 15| himself so much the greater ~suffering, as he has brought greater 127 Suppl, 19| Passion, who follow Christ, ~suffering by patience and other virtues. 128 Suppl, 19| between holy men and the suffering Christ, nor ~does it bestow 129 Suppl, 39| Orders on account of his suffering a bodily ~defect.~Aquin.: 130 Suppl, 47| through fear of bodily suffering; whereas on the contrary 131 Suppl, 64| is a worse complaint than suffering from monthly ~periods, and 132 Suppl, 69| is worthy of rest or of ~suffering." Now these secret abodes 133 Suppl, 70| contrary, The possibility of suffering from a corporeal fire is ~ 134 Suppl, 70| subject to a bodily thing ~by suffering therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT XP 135 Suppl, 70| is it an obstacle to its suffering from a body.~Aquin.: SMT 136 Suppl, 70| Moreover, this kind of suffering would be more unlike real ~ 137 Suppl, 70| would be more unlike real ~suffering than that which results 138 Suppl, 72| destroyed without their ~suffering pain. But the good, in whom 139 Suppl, 72| s ~power, without their suffering pain.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] 140 Suppl, 72| cut off by the sickle of suffering," as Augustine ~says (De 141 Suppl, 79| have equal ~immunity from suffering." Now the gift of impassibility 142 Suppl, 79| consists in ~immunity from suffering. Therefore all will be equally 143 Suppl, 82| without the glorified body suffering some alteration incompatible 144 Suppl, 83| passible, and will be ever suffering, ~they will at length be 145 Suppl, 83| pain ~resulting from their suffering, seemingly, will surpass 146 Suppl, 93| martyrdom consists not only in suffering death ~externally, but also 147 Suppl, 93| 1~OBJ 4: Further, bodily suffering is less than mental, which 148 Suppl, 93| affliction of soul. But internal suffering is also a ~kind of martyrdom: 149 Suppl, 93| one correspond to outward suffering.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 150 Suppl, 93| manner since in the act of suffering martyrdom there ~is a very 151 Suppl, 93| due to the difficulty of suffering pains of touch, for ~instance, 152 Suppl, 93| Accordingly in whatever way suffering for Christ's sake be ~continued 153 Suppl, 93| the confession thereof, if suffering be added thereto, merits ~ 154 Suppl, 93| Father; ~He was a martyr, by suffering the persecution of the world; 155 Suppl, 94| descriptions ~of the soul's suffering as seem to imply bodily 156 Suppl, 94| seems to a man that he is ~suffering various pains on account 157 Suppl, 95| consideration is hindered by the suffering of the ~body. On the other 158 Appen1, 1| should he be punished by suffering himself, ~but only by losing 159 Appen1, 1| will lack the capability of suffering; hence ~impassibility in 160 Appen1, 1| Further, one cannot, without suffering, lack what one wishes to ~ 161 Appen1, 2| more ~cognizant of actual suffering [passionis]: and where the 162 Appen1, 2| and where the sense of ~suffering is greater, there is the 163 Appen1, 2| greater pain, though the suffering be ~less.~Aquin.: SMT XP 164 Appen1, 2| Purgatory are so replete with suffering, that they know not that ~ 165 Appen2, 1| and not of the labor of suffering to be cleansed.~Aquin.:


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